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Afternoon ensemble c1878–82 Culture: American Medium: silk, abalone Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 41 in. Length at CB (b): 36 in. Length at CB (c): 28 in. Accession Number: 2009.300.87a–c

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Ravelry: Impress dress / En liten finkjole by Anna & Heidi Pickles

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Dinner gown, Redfern, London, ca. 1909. Black silk velvet trimmed with chemical lace in the Van Dyck manner. Long self-fabric flounces run the length of the skirt. Slight train. Victoria & Albert Museum: “The higher neckline and longer ruched sleeves distinguish this from sleeveless low-cut ball gowns. … The intentionally historical appearance of the gown suggests it may have been made for fancy dress.”

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A gorgeous plum shirtwaist from the early Edwardian era!

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Fashion's Changing Silhouettes | WNPR News. Skirt: approximately 1900 Shirtwaist: approximately 1910

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Circa 1880 Princess Line Dress: taffeta, silk faille, trimmed with delicate lace, pleated silk fringe, and satin ribbon.

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1910 linen and lawn day dress V Museum. Another version of this is shown further down the page, as a front veiw. It belonged to a woman named Heather, daughter of a British official.

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Art Nouveau Silk Afternoon or Reception Gowns, ca. 1910 #edwardian

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Cute little girl dress. Free knitting pattern.

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